IT'S round three of the Premier League darts with the circus moving to Bournemouth for another thrilling night of action.

We have James Wade v Adrian Lewis, Robert Thornton v Wes Newton, Simon Whitlock v Phil Taylor, Michael van Gerwen v Raymond van Barneveld and Andy Hamilton v Gary Anderson.

My three singles are Taylor 4-9, MVG 6-5 and Hamilton 7-4.

James Wade v Adrian Lewis

Adrian's form has been so poor in the Premier League that this is already a must-win match for Jackpot. But don't write him off yet. Wade's struggles have been well documented and he is not in good form either. Put simply, the Machine is misfiring and Lewis has a real chance of landing a first Premier League win. This game is up for grabs and Lewis can edge it with a few moments of magic.

Robert Thornton v Wes Newton

Before we got under way a couple of weeks ago rookie Robert was the Premier league relegation favourite but not anymore. The Thorn has gained three points from two games and his confidence is at all-time high. Not so for Newton who has played badly so far – and those are his words not mine. He must improve to worry Thornton.

This game will be the catalyst for Wes to kick on and produce the form that has seen him move to world No.5.

Simon Whitlock v Phil Taylor

Taylor has looked edgy in both games so far but that won't last, he'll settle soon and this could be the game that sees the real Phil step up to the mark. Simon's pace will suit Taylor and we could see The Power put up the highest average in this year's PL (beating Barney's 102).

Michael van Gerwen v Raymond van Barneveld

What a game this could be. Both are smooth, pacey and accurate. Michael sometimes tenses up against RVB (witness the Grand Slam Final) and if he does so again he will not win. Barney is playing wonderfully well right now and I don't see him losing this. I'm sitting on the fence by backing the draw.

Andy Hamilton v Gary Anderson

A tough one to predict. The Hammer's games have been hard to call and – just like last week against Simon Whitlock – this game is all about Anderson. If The Flying Scotsman hits his doubles he wins. Gary looked a nervous wreck at the end of his match last week and if he's anything like that he'll get punished. The Hammer can grind a point here.


  1. Milesey 9 years ago

    Lewis Win @6/5
    Newton Win @7/4
    Taylor Win @4/9
    Michael van Gerwen v Raymond van Barneveld DRAW @10/3
    Hamilton Win @7/4


  2. John Henderson 9 years ago

    Lewis win
    Thornton win
    Taylor win
    Barney win
    Anderson win

    Easy as 123 lol.

  3. The Real Lionel Messi 9 years ago

    This just like reading wayne mardle! Pmsl!

  4. Craig alves 9 years ago

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    • Mr Fixit 9 years ago

      Craig, that’s a good offer, might give it a go although don’t whether to take Thornton now or not.

  5. Alva 9 years ago

    Thornton has no fear dont be afraid to back him.

  6. Bryan 9 years ago

    What a match that was. I thought Hamilton was home and dry at 5-2 but Anderson battled back. Thank God Anderson’s poor finishing returned in the final game.

    • Milesey 9 years ago

      My three singles are Taylor 4-9, MVG 6-5 and Hamilton 7-4. Wayne picked three blinding singles there ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)


    • Mr Fixit 9 years ago

      Milesey, what happened to my man Thornton?

    • Milesey 9 years ago

      Came back and got the draw after Newton should have killed him off easily.


    • Mr Fixit 9 years ago

      Milesey, great we were both wrong then.

  7. Bryan 9 years ago

    Paul, Thornton got a terrific hard fought point. He came from 6-3 down to draw 6-6. He’s really impressed in the first few weeks.

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